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Megan Thee Stallion thinks that “fighting is so ugly,” and the Houston rapper recently said that she would never fight over a man.

During a recent interview with Genius, the “Savage” rapper explained why. “Fighting is so ugly,” Megan Thee Stallion said. “What? Look!,” she continued while holding up her hand to show off her manicure to the camera.

“Nails long! Girls are paying $80 to get their nails done. $100!Do you know nails just go up? Them crystals and [expletive] expensive!”

“[Expletive], you want to fight me with these expensive ass nails on?” Meg continued. “No!”

“This hair was not cheap. You want to [expletive] up my lace. Man, if you don’t care about yourself. You want to [expletive] up your hair?” the rapper said.

“That’s crazy. Mmmm. Mmmm. and I did my makeup real good.”

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During the interview, Hot Girl Meg also discussed people having an issue with her twerking as well as how she reacts when people try to purposely make her jealous or mad.

“I don’t know when it happened but sometimes people feel offended about twerking but that [expletive] is crazy,” Megan said. “I love to throw my ass. I love to shake my ass. That’s one of my favorite things to do.”

“I be like, ‘damn, actually I go to school. I rap. Sometimes. I be cooking. I’m a dog mom. I’m an awesome friend. It’s not all I be doing but maybe you be logging in because you came to see me twerk because you didn’t see that freestyle I just dropped?” Megan continued. “I can rap and twerk.”

Megan said that if someone tries to “play with” her it’s not going to work. “If somebody try to play with me, 9 times out of 10, they’re going to get their feelings hurt,” she said. “You want to make me jealous. Not gone work. I’m a bad [expletive]. Where you going after this?” she continued before bursting into laughter.

“Or you try to piss me off. You are not going to dictate my happiness. “I will still be me at the end of the day,” Megan continued. “Not gone work. I’m naturally happy as [expletive].”

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.